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MisterWives' Cover 'Same Drugs,' Chance the Rapper Says It Made His 'Heart Smile': Listen

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Austin Hargrave

MisterWives photographed by Austin Hargrave at Bottle Rock Napa Valley Music Festival on May 29, 2016.

MisterWives has given covered Chance the Rapper's Coloring Book track "Same Drugs" an indie-pop cover, putting their pop vocals twist on the soul powered rap song, including the chorus-like backgrounds.

The band is clearly a fan of the hip-hop artist, calling "Same Drugs" one of their "favorite songs." Lead singer Mandy Lee told Pitchfork that MisterWives was enthralled with the song's musical composition and lyrics.

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"'Coloring Book' has been on repeat in the MW household for months now and Chance in our opinion is one of the most talented and unique artists of our generation," said Lee. "We couldn’t help but cover a tune off the record since it’s all we've been listening to and 'Same Drugs' was one we gravitated towards most between the message and the musical arrangement. We hope y'all like it and Chance, if you’re reading this please release the Regina Spektor version so we can die happy."

Chance the Rapper had previously tweeted he regretted cutting Spektor from the final version of "Same Drugs." The rapper, although was happy with the MisterWives cover tweeting that the ballad of the rap song "made [his] heart smile."

 

Chance the Rapper is gearing up for his Magnificent Coloring Tour for Coloring Book. The tour begins Sept. 3 at the Made In America Festival. The rapper also revealed Monday he is hosting his first-ever music festival, Magnificent Coloring Day Festival, at the Chicago White Sox stadium U.S. Cellular Field Sept. 24 which includes headliners Skrillex, John Legend, Alicia Keys, Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz, Young Thug, Tyler the Creator, Lil Uzi Vert and surprise performances. 

Listen to MisterWives cover of "Same Drugs" below: 

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